Candidate experience metrics are important to track in recruitment. They provide an accurate picture of the applicant’s experience. For example, a low offer acceptance rate or low click-to-apply ratio can reflect a negative experience for the applicant.
What are the barriers that women face in the workplace? How can organizations make changes? How are women rising to unique challenges?
It’s no secret that the majority of job seekers today are passive candidates. But what does this really mean?
In today’s technology-driven era where businesses are becoming more virtual and digital-centric, it is crucial to develop a winning strategies for a successful hiring and a solid team of C-suite leaders who can make decisions at a lightning-fast speed.
Modern workplaces are flexible, open, adaptive, and independence is experienced in various dimensions, forming an integral part of the company culture.
A pride-filled inclusive organization of all races, ethnicities, and nationalities, as nothing is more comforting than the hand of your employees. Juneteenth becomes part of the company’s broader inclusion programs and serves to strengthen its commitment to its values.
There is much more to consider when an open position is filled, say recruiting, training, and onboarding all require time and money. Repeating this process after a bad hire not only costs money but also leads to decreased productivity and attrition.
To make hiring easier for early-stage startups, you need to understand the recruitment process and identify the problems at each stage.
When you create a solid argument and show the talent that you care about their needs and interests, they are automatically interested in being with you.
The workplace is changing. It is more diverse and the expectations of employees are higher. The new generation, namely Gen Z and Millennials, have very different needs than the previous generations.
Hiring is a long and tedious process, with lots of decisions to be made. The process is constantly changing as the economy changes.